Supportive Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Treatment
If you’re ready to take the first step in your recovery, we can help. The Supportive Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Treatment program (SMART Clinic) offers addiction treatment, psychiatric services and routine healthcare. While many programs offer addiction treatment, we also treat underlying trauma and mental health problems that can lead to addiction or make recovery harder.
Why choose the SMART Clinic?
We know addiction can be overwhelming. That’s why we created the SMART Clinic. If you’re hurting, we want to help you get your life back on track.
Care at the SMART Clinic addresses all your health needs, including mental health and medical issues. Our SMART parenting track offers care for women in recovery who have children under the age of 18. These services are located under one roof — something unavailable with many addiction treatment programs.
What We Treat
At the SMART Clinic you’ll get comprehensive, innovative addiction treatment for alcohol and/or drug use disorders. We treat all types of addiction disorders, including:
- Other drug use disorders
Services We Provide
As a patient at the SMART Clinic, you will take part in recovery activities outside of your weekly clinic visits to support your peers and receive support from them in recovery. Our services include:
- Group therapy with others in recovery
- Individual therapy
- Medication management, including Suboxone and Vivitrol for opioid use disorders
- Care for depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder and other conditions
- Trauma-informed therapies
- Specialized care for mothers struggling with substance abuse disorders
- For women age 18 or older who have one or more child under age 18
- Care focused on the unique needs of mothers
- Parenting education and support groups
- Ability to bring your child to your appointments
- Routine healthcare
- Diagnosis and treatment of health issues, including hepatitis C
Access to UK HealthCare specialists when you need them
Your First Appointment
When you call to make an appointment, we’ll ask questions about your history of substance abuse and what you’re looking for in treatment. This will help us pair you with the right provider for your first appointment.
At your first appointment, you’ll meet with the core members of your care team. We’ll get to know you as a person and determine a path forward.